Touted as “a bastard child of Quake 3 and Super Meat Boy”, SEUM: Speedrunners From Hell has players rushing through hellish worlds as fast as they can, using magical powers and quick reflexes to survive the first person platformer.
Marty has lost both an arm and his beer to the demons of this world, and intends to get one of them back. He’s already replaced the lost arm with a demon one, which gives him the power to throw fireballs that can break parts of the environment, teleport, and reverse gravity in the world’s red-tinged, trap-filled stages.
Marty’s goal is to get through every area as quickly as possible. Over 100 stages, players will platform, use jump pads, and find the shortest, riskiest paths through deadly environmental hazards to crawl up the leaderboards. Heavy metal music will keep the pace of each level high to help improve those stage times as well.
Seum: Speedrunners From Hell will be available on Steam on July 28.